πας

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Greek[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From the Ancient Greek πᾶς(pâs).

Pronunciation[edit]

Pronoun[edit]

πας ‎(pasm

  1. (archaic, only in set phrases) every, any
    κατά πάσα(ν) πιθανότητα‎ ― katá pása(n) pithanótita ― in all likelihood
    πάσης φύσεως‎ ― pásis fýseos ― of every kind
    ανά πάσα στιγμή‎ ― aná pása stigmí ― at any moment
    τέλος πάντων‎ ― télos pánton ― anyway
    εν πάση περιπτώσει‎ ― en pási periptósei ― in any case
  2. (archaic, only in set phrases) whole, all
    δια παντός‎ ― dia pantós ― forever
    οι πάντες‎ ― oi pántes ― everyone, everybody
    τοις πάσι‎ ― tois pási(known) to everyone

Declension[edit]

Usage notes[edit]

This pronoun is declined in Modern Greek like the Ancient word it derives from (without the polytonic accents, just the stress accent). It is nowadays only used in set phrases such as the above examples.

Synonyms[edit]

Etymology 2[edit]

From the Ancient Greek ὑπάγω(hupágō).

Verb[edit]

πας ‎(pas)

  1. second-person singular present of πάω(páo)
  2. second-person singular imperfective future of πάω(páo)
  3. second-person singular dependent of πάω(páo)
  4. second-person singular perfective future of πάω(páo)
  5. second-person singular subjunctive of πάω(páo)